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Eclipse Glasses

  • Paper Eclipse Glasses (5 Pack)
    Paper Eclipse Glasses (5 Pack)
    Item #: SUN-205
  • NASA ISO certified 12312-2
  • Out of Stock
  • Paper Eclipse Glasses (25 Pack)
    Paper Eclipse Glasses (25 Pack)
    Item #: SUN-225
  • NASA ISO certified 12312-2
  • Out of Stock
  • Eclipse HD Glasses (Plastic)
    Eclipse HD Glasses (Plastic)
    Item #: SUN-210
  • NASA ISO certified 12312-2
  • Out of Stock
The only way to safely view a solar eclipse (or the sun at any time) is with a proper filter.

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Colors and styles may vary. All sales of eclipse glasses are final. Coming to a sunny day near you – a total solar eclipse (April 8, 2024)!

NASA ISO certified 12312-2

The only way to safely view a solar eclipse (or the sun at any time) is with a proper filter. We're excited about our Eclipse Glasses - these state-of-the-art, cost effective, direct solar viewing glasses are so cool, they're dazzling! Made of a scratch-resistant polymer material, Eclipse Glasses filter out 100% of harmful ultraviolet, 100% of harmful infrared, and 99.999% of intense visible light. These premium filters have an optical density of 5 or greater, providing a sharp solar image with a natural orange color. Use them to safely view a solar eclipse - or to sun-gaze any time the mood hits! Independently tested and CE certified for the safest direct solar viewing. Glasses have special instructions for safe viewing of the eclipse printed directly inside the frame of the glasses. Can be worn over prescription glasses. Styles may vary.

Eclipse HD Glasses are molded from hard plastic, and more durable than paper glasses.

All of our Eclipse Glasses are on the list of NASA-approved solar viewers.

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Note: We are not accepting any returns on Eclipse Glasses after October 14th.

Read more on our Blog - The Sun Is Pretty Hot Stuff!
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The glasses will be used to provide a safe viewing experience of the upcoming eclipse.
Ed Escudero

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